Fraser Place Central Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... He received two months salary for praise. The government took the farm and he now is 84 and works at the gift shop autographing books. He was there and signed my book. It says no photos of him as the flash is making him blind but apparently if you gave him $4 (20 yuan) he posed with you
There are 200 archeologists working here. They find pieces of clay and like a jigsaw puzzle try and reconstruct them. We spent almost 4 hours touring here and it is ...
... and all the other trappings of an international port. The railway is apparently already built all the way through both North and South Korea, and indeed you can actually take the train there from Seoul. Don't bother though, there’s nothing to do once you get there.
Next on the trip was the Dora Observation Point, where it is sometimes possible to look out over the Kaesong Industrial Complex, and other features of interest. Unfortunately ...
... decorated with beautiful, colorful flowers, thanks to the local green space workers. After the blooming of the azaleas it's time to admire the new viola tricolor, Mexican marigold and geranium compositons, as well as the lily fields all around the town! :-)
... darts and beer pong. There were so many expats around. We got, well I got, really tipsy and even though the cousins moved on to karaoke afterwards, I was too tipsy to stay out. Plus we had been up since 6:15am!
Sunday, 20th April 2014 (Easter Sunday)
Today, we slept in (we really needed it!) before heading to Cheonggokbok palace. We roamed the large grounds and ducked our heads into the different quarters but our favourite was the beautiful lake with ...
... nous avons bu 2 bouteilles de Makgeolli (prononcé Ma-Ko-Li). C’est un alcool fait à partir de riz fermenté. Il a un aspect un peu laiteux et a un gout un peu sucré qui le rend facile à boire… Ensuite on a cherché un endroit sympa où passer le reste de la soirée. Il y a beaucoup d’option dans le quartier de Hongdae. On est rentré au hasard dans un club (principalement pour utiliser les toilettes). On est ressorti dès qu’il nous on dit ...